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Outhere Music acquires HatHut Records

Outhere Music acquires HatHut Records

Outhere Music is proud to announce the acquisition of the catalogue of the legendary Swiss jazz and contemporary music label HatHut Records. HatHut Records boasts an impressive number of more than 500 CD’s and LP’s, produced by its visionary founder, Werner X. Uehlinger over 40 years. Major composers such as John Cage, Morton Feldman, Giacinto Scelsi, ...

HatHut Records: Expanding Scope and Vision

Read "HatHut Records: Expanding Scope and Vision" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Over three decades and 300 releases, HatHut has been on top of not just the changing styles in improvised music -what the label has termed “music of the future" -but innovative ways to market the fluctuating form. From the red-box LP covers to the orange-spined CD sleeves and under the rubrics hatMUSICS, hatART, hatOLOGY, hat[now]ART and ...


Hep to HatHut

Read "Hep to HatHut" reviewed by Robert Spencer

It all started with Joe McPhee, and what better place to start? Werner X. Uehlinger, a Swiss music lover, heard Joe's music and was determined to make sure it was preserved and reached the widest possible audience. In 1975, he founded HatHut Records to put out McPhee's music. He did that, but we can also be ...


Q&A with HatHut Records Founder Werner X. Uehlinger

Read "Q&A with HatHut Records Founder Werner X. Uehlinger" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Boy, if there was ever a label that suited my taste, anti-establishment and underground, Hat Hut would be it. There is a constant with all of the labels that I believe are on the cutting edge, they are all run by individuals who love the music dearly and their dedication to their artists and the music ...


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